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Tim has 30 jellybeans, with equal numbers of three flavors—raspberry, pineapple, and orange. He likes raspberry the best. So far, Tim has eaten 6 orange and 4 pineapple jellybeans. What are the chances that the next one he picks will be raspberry? 50% 33% 75% 86%

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    @Rizags

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    since ther are equal numbers of 3 flavors how many for each flavor @idontgetmath101

  5. anonymous
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    10?

  6. anonymous
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    yes let r be rasberry o be orange and p be pineapple

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    so there were 10o then he ate six how many are left

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    4

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    yes and how many p are left when he ate 4

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    6

  11. anonymous
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    yes so there is now a combined amount of 10 total (o+p)

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    is it 50%?

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    how many rasberry are left

  14. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    is it!

  15. anonymous
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    yes

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    srry if took to long

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    thank u!

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